Resources for Food Insecurity
It is important to us that all Marquette students have, at a minimum, the basic resources that allow them to focus on their education. There are many resources on and off campus to support students who may not have enough to eat at one time or another.
If you or a someone you know is in this position, we encourage you to check out the Backpack Program, which provides groceries to Marquette students on a one-time or weekly basis. For more information about the the Backpack Program and other available resources to students, please click here.Sarah DiStefano
What Are You Doing This Summer? PILS Fellowship Info SessionFriday, February 22, 2019 - 12:00pm • TBD
Maybe your summer will include a Public Interest Law Society (PILS) Fellowship to fund your work with a legal aid or governmental organization. Public interest legal work experience are often unpaid, and that's where PILS comes in. PILS Fellowships fund summer public interest legal work. Applications are available online and are due on March 8. On February 22, join Dean Schultz, Director Binns, and a panel of PILS Fellows as they discuss the Public Interest Law Society's fellowship application and life as a fellow. Register here.Contact: Angela F Schultz